Kikut Lighthouse is a major tourist attraction on the Red Trail.
The structure was built in 1960 on the foundation of a former observation tower. Unfortunately, it is not open to the public. The lighthouse is fully automated, and the light signals it sends reach a distance of 12 nautical miles. Near the lighthouse lies the Dr. S. Jarosz Strict Protection Reserve, forming the easternmost fragment of the Pomeranian beech forest surrounded by a pine forest.